You know we love new trends in crafting and learning new techniques. Today we are thrilled to share this Snippet Roll tutorial using cardstock, ephemera assortment pieces, and stamps. This 60 second #G45Reel has been created for us today by the brilliant, Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Kristine Woods. Kristine has used our Alice’s Tea Party paper collection to highlight her high tea photos in this gorgeous scrapbook layout. What will you use to create your snippet roll?
#G45Reel – How to Make a Scrapbook Snippet Roll
“Hi crafty friends. It’s Kristine and I am very excited to share with you my first attempt at a #G45Reel. It was a really fun challenge to create a 60 second tutorial for the G45 community! For my tutorial, I will show you how to make a short paper snippet roll for a scrapbook layout.
Snippet rolls are quite popular in journal making, and often they are made using fabric, lace, and other embellishments. I knew I wanted to use my Alice’s Tea Party collection since I am creating a layout with photos from tea I had with a dear friend of mine. I hope you enjoy my quick snippet roll tutorial and are inspired to try one of your own.
-60 Sec #G45Reel Video-
The Graphic 45 ephemera assortments are absolutely perfect for creating a snippet roll. Of course, I couldn’t resist adding in some fussy cutting, too!
For the shape of my snippet roll, I made a ticket strip from cream cardstock, measuring 2” x 10 ½”. Then, I added some stamping using my G45 Floral Background Stamp with Marine Blue ink, and then started layering my die cut pieces.
Once my snippet roll was finished, I added it to the bottom of my scrapbook layout. I really like the dimension it gives my layout, and how it balances out the rest of my page.” ~Kristine
Supply List for Snippet Roll
Glue and foam tape
Scissors for fussy cutting
Other Supplies Used in Layout
Graphic 45 Matte Pearl Gems
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